Matrices for black holes.pdf

Matrices for black holes PDF

Vittorio Italo Morrone

Per evitare i metodi di Einstein, benché siano descritti, lautore introduce matrici 4x4 per ottenere gli stessi risultati, cioè per trovare posizioni di stelle e anche i ben noti valori delle particelle fondamentali, includendo il bosone di Higgs. Un disco volante (fatto di aria ionizzata) appare lungo tre cerchi concentrici a causa di due forze oscillanti mutuamente ortogonali. Successivamente può essere immaginato come una ruota che rotola su un piano inclinato. Questo oggetto si è formato a circa 3000 m di altezza. Lallontanamento è apparente: loggetto sta precipitando dalla parte del sole. La particella Omega(1672)MeV viene trovata con gli strumenti matematici adeguati

Black holes and random matrices By Jordan S. Cotler, Guy Gur-Ari, Masanori Hanada, Joseph Polchinski, Phil Saad, Stephen H. Shenker, Douglas Stanford, Alexandre Streicher and Masaki Tezuka Get PDF (2 MB) 22/05/2020 · The analysis of the mechanics of black holes can be said to have been initiated by J. Beckenstein in his Ph. D. dissertation at Princeton University in 1972. Stephen Hawking disagreed with Beckenstein's analysis and commenced his own analysis of the topic culminating in his demonstration that through quantum effects black holes radiate thermally for a temperature κ/(2π).

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